Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary

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Rating: 4.9

Average rating from 9 reviews.

(4.9 out of 5, based on 9 reviews)

18430 KZ RoadCypress, TX 77433
281-351-6624

732 miles away
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281-813-1805

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Reader's Reviews (9)
Michele S.
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Rating: 5

What a place..

posted 6 years ago

Heather is incredible person, and the time she dedicates to the shelter and the animals is just incredible. Thanks to all her efforts, and all the help of the many volunteers!!!

Pros: Great Facility

Cons: None

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Ionbolt
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Rating: 5

What a great shelter^_^

posted 6 years ago

Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary is a wonderful non-profit no-kill animal shelter,i am 18 and i have been volunteering at Noahs Ark for a little over a year and after that i did an eagle scout project for them,now im back to volunteering,but i wouldn't have done my eagle scout project for them if i didn't like what they did there.They are a no kill shelter most and first of all.They take everything from dogs,cats,birds,horses,rodents,small marsupials,pigs,some reptiles and most of all are capable of properly caring for these animals and finding them new homes,but other animals are permanent residents at Noahs Ark.Almost the animals that have come in over the few years the shelter has been around,have been sucsessfully rehabilitated and nursed back to good and stable health and have been given a second chance to live in a home of their own because of the clean facility and very willing and capable staff and volunteers at Noahs Ark.

Pros: A great place to adopt a pet! helpful staff! and a clean facility!!

Cons: no cons as far as i know

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